The CF 7IM Personal Injury Fund was launched in October 2009 as being a low-risk investment product, suitable for, but not limited to, claimants who have recovered personal injury damages awards. Since launch, the fund has grown in size to over £277 million (as at 31st May 2016) and goes from strength-to-strength. The investment managers, Seven Investment Management, have won numerous industry awards and are recognised as one of the industry’s innovators in the provision of investment services. Monthly updates are provided by 7IM and can be found below:

The 7IM Personal Injury Fund – August 2016 Comment

Markets continued to make progress through August, extending a long period of unusually low volatility. This might be put down to weak trading volumes in the summer period, but perhaps also to investors’ relatively cautious positioning: surveys revealed unusually high cash balances held by fund managers in their funds, keeping dry powder on the sidelines. Stock markets […]

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The 7IM Personal Injury Fund – June 2016 Comment

Markets were understandably shocked by the UK Brexit Referendum result.  As the polls closed, betting markets reflected a probability of a Remain outcome, and key Leave campaigners appeared to be conceding defeat. Hours later, early results confirmed that a shock was unfolding: far from the expected continuation of status quo, we were entering new and uncertain territory. Investors were […]

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Brexit Comment

The biggest risk to any investor is abandoning a long-term strategy based on short-term anxiety. The historic decision by the people of the UK to leave the European Union has no precedent. It will take time for the UK to re-establish relationships with Europe and the rest of the world. Most of Nestor’s clients are […]

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The 7IM Personal Injury Fund – May 2016 Comment

Stock markets generally rose through May around the world – at least for developed markets. Investors continued to step back from the growth scares that dominated the early part of the year, as  the  weight of data confirming a resilient global economy continued to build, and the recovery in oil prices (reaching close to $50 a barrel by late May – from a low of around $25 in February) continued […]

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